The company was founded in 1919 by Martial Raynaud. He bought the Montjovis factory and with a clear vision began producing multiple collections. The patterns and classical shapes were inspired from Art Nouveau and Art Déco.
André Raynaud took over from his father in 1952. During this time he produced bold and modern collections in square shapes. These timeless pieces are found in various museums, including the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris.
In 1992 Bertrand Raynaud became CEO of the company. His designs were focused more on lifestyle and featured decorative patterns. Bertrand Raynaud has also collaborated with prominent designer figures, such as Alberto Pinto or Christian Tortu. Raynaud is renowned for its unique porcelain and is internationally well-known.
Wineware offer an extensive range of tableware products from Raynaud, including: Cristobal Turquoise, Hommage and Ombrages.